Revue Hellénique de Droit International, vol. 1, 2010
Having first appeared in 1948, the Revue hellénique de droit international is the brainchild of the Hellenic Institute of International & Foreign Law, roughly founded a decade earlier, and of Professor Petros Vallindas, Institute Director at that time. The Revue was conceived as a means for highlighting the significant contribution that Greek scholars had been continuously making to public and private international law in modern times, but also for promoting knowledge of international law norms and comparative law techniques to the ever-growing, world-wide Greek legal community.
Six decades later, having grown considerably over the years, the Revue continues to serve this purpose by providing the following to a host of readers throughout the world:
- Articles, studies and notes on private international law, public international law, international business law, foreign law and comparative law;
- Presentation and analysis of Greek legal developments which are of focal interest to the international audience;
- Publication of translated key Greek codes and statutes;
- Reports and commentaries on international and domestic court decisions applying private and public international law and European community law;
- Information on international documents signed, ratified or acceded to by the Hellenic Republic; and
- Book reviews.
The Revue is characterized by variety: it was – and still remains – the only Greek legal periodical exclusively in a language other than Greek. It hosts a selection of contributions written in English, French and German; contributing authors are acclaimed scholars and young professionals alike, reporting from different jurisdictions of a great number of countries from all continents. It is set up and edited by a team of dedicated junior researchers, with the assistance of a scientific committee under the overall supervision by Professor Spyridon Vrellis, current Institute Director.
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XVIIIème Congrès international de droit comparé,
Rapports nationaux helléniques
Athanassios C. Papachristos & Andreas Helmis - La culture juri-dique et l’acculturation en droit
Christina Deliyanni-Dimitrakou, Christina M. Akrivopoulou & Yannis Naziris - The role of practice in Greek legal educa-tion
Eugenia Dacoronia - Catastrophic harms
Alexander G. Fessas - Regulation of same-sex marriage
Zoe Papassiopi-Passia - Consumer protection in Greek private in-ternational law
Evangelos Vassilakakis - Recent private international law codifi-cations
Kalliope Makridou - Cost and fee allocation in civil procedure
Dimitrios Tsikrikas - Les actions collectives en droit grec
Konstantinos N. Kyriakakis - Corporate governance
Christos S. Chrissanthis - Legal aspects of speculative funds (hedge funds, private equity funds)
Ioannis Voulgaris - La location-financière (leasing) en Grèce
Alexandra E. Douga - Insurance law between business law and con-sumer law
Dionysia Kallinikou - The balance of copyright
Costas Papadimitriou - The prohibition of age discrimination in labor relations
Nikolaos Davrados - The protection of foreign investment in Greece.
Angelos Yokaris - International law in domestic systems
Theodora Antoniou - Foreign voters
Julia Iliopoulos-Strangas & Stylianos-Ioannis G. Koutnatzis - Constitutional courts as ‘positive legislators’
Athanasios D. Tsevas - Plurality of political opinions and the concentration of the media
Michail Vrontakis - Les droits de l’homme, sont-ils universels et normatifs?
Claire Spirou & Vassiliki Koumpli - Public private partnerships under Greek law
Theodore Fortsakis, Andreas Tsourouflis & George Pitsilis - Regulation of corporate tax avoidance
Christos Mylonopoulos - Corporate criminal liability and Greek law
Georgios Triantafyllou - Truth or due process: exclusionary rules in Greek criminal procedure law
Dimitrios Kioupis - Cybercrime legislation in Greece